‘Decision making increases risk.’
‘Decision Free Solutions makes the world a better place.’
‘It is easy being an expert in identifying experts.’
‘The logic of Decision Free Solutions makes it simple.’
‘‘Making Expertise Matter’ is what matters to me.’
Decision Free Solutions (DFS) is a generic, systemic approach to minimise risk in achieving an aim by avoiding decision making.
DFS not merely manages risk, it minimises risk: the risk that managers have to make decisions, that a project goal is not achieved, that the wrong vendor is selected, or that the customer fails to see the value being offered to him.
DFS Makes Expertise Matter. It helps those with an aim and those with expertise. How? By minimising risk, cost and resources, and maximising benefits and profitability.
How it works? Have a look at our explanations! And our services of ‘Decision Free Management’, ‘Decision Free Sales’ and ‘Decision Free Procurement’ (and other services, incl. in proton therapy).
What is 'Decision Free Solutions' and how will it help you?
Best Value Procurement.Read more
How to procure solutions which you are in need of, but which are so complex it becomes hard to distinguish between vendors? How to bring across you are the expert-vendor with the right vision for the customer? How to identify the expert-vendor who will help you to be successful? How to avoid long list of requirements and complex contracts? A service for vendors and buyers.Send us an email
Decision Free SalesRead more
Your solutions for the market are a result of your expertise and your vision. The customer, unfamiliar with the expertise and technology involved, will not be able to distinguish between the vendors' solutions. But you are the expert-vendor, so how to bring this across so that the customer does not have to make a decision?Contact us
Consultancy for proton therapy initiatives.Read more
Is Proton Therapy a realistic proposition? Why are some centers struggling, what lessons have been learned? How to identify the best vendor for my project, what are the risks banks are interested in? The number of challenges is staggering. We offer the solutions.Send us an email
The aim is defined within its 'system', and it is ensured the aim is understood by all involved.
The aim is used to identify the expert who is the expert-to-achieve-the-aim.
The expert clarifies, using only easy-to-understand language, how the aim will be achieved ('the plan'), and how everybody will remain informed on progress made.
Once all is understood by all involved, the expert will work on achieving the aim, reporting on deviations to the plan (if there are any)